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It’s nJudges Abusing Power - What You Can Doot common, but it happens: sometimes judges take the law a little too far or make a judgment that’s unfair one way or the other. Fortunately, there are ways that a Milwaukee criminal defense lawyer can help you get justice if you’ve been on the receiving end of a process that didn’t go the way it was supposed to go.

 

Unfair Rulings in Wisconsin: What You Can Do

 

Most judges really are fair and impartial – but they are only human, like you and me. People make mistakes and errors in judgment, but the Wisconsin legal system is set up to allow checks and balances.

 

That means if you feel your judge ruled unfairly, or if there were vital mistakes made during your arrest, your incarceration or your criminal trial, you can appeal.

 

But what kinds of mistakes are we talking about here?

 

Certainly bias is worth an appeal; if a judge is already against you from the moment you walk in, you likely have a problem. Improper arguments by other attorneys, bad “expert” testimony or failure to suppress evidence that should’ve been suppressed are all worth fighting for. Other reasons you can appeal are:

 

  • Abuse of sentencing discretion
  • Excessive sentences
  • Improper jury selection
  • Improper searches or seizures
  • Involuntary confessions
  • Jury tampering
  • Police misconduct
  • Violations of your rights

 

There are dozens of reasons you can appeal a criminal conviction, so if you want to appeal, talk to a Milwaukee criminal defense attorney who can help.

 

What Can a Lawyer Do for You During the Appeal Process in Milwaukee?

 

Your attorney is extremely knowledgeable when it comes to Wisconsin law – and that means he or she can pick apart your entire case to figure out the best way to approach your appeal. Your lawyer will walk you through everything, too, from when you should speak in court to possible changes in your conviction status or sentence.

 

If you need help, reach out for it. Until then, take care –

 

Carlos Gamiño, Attorney